Practice Survival: Loans and Grants During COVID-19
Price: FREE to College members, $25 non-members
In this town hall discussion, our experts review the various COVID-19 related government loan and grant programs available to medical practices. Topics include:
- CARES Act Paycheck Protection Program loans
- CARES Act provider relief grants
- Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) and Grant program
- Medicare Advanced Payment Program
- Employee Retention Credit
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Panel participants are Warner Carr, MD, FACAAI; Charlie Furr, Purvi Parikh, MD and Bill Finerfrock. The moderator is James Tracy, DO, FACAAI. Dr. Carr is vice chair of the Advocacy Council. Mr. Furr is the Practice Administrator of Carolina Allergy & Asthma Center and a member of the Practice Management Committee. Dr. Parikh is an Advocacy Council board member. Mr. Finerfrock is the president of Capitol Associates and is a governmental advisor for the College. Dr. Tracy is the chair of the Advocacy Council and a member of the Practice Management Committee.